Following the passing of the Gambling (Amendment) Act 2015 which came into force 1 August 2015, the Irish authorities started regulating and taxing at a national level online betting services.
All remote bookmakers and betting intermediaries (i.e. remote operators providing betting services to customers in Ireland) are required to hold a licence if they wish to take bets from Irish players. As opposed to other jurisdictions, Ireland has not issued technical standards for the software used for such services. At this stage in time, the provision of remote casino games is not regulated.
EveryMatrix has secured a licence for online betting operations in Ireland. By virtue of this licence, EveryMatrix is now able to provide clients with the possibility to allow placing of bets by Irish players on their websites.